Sei mong se jun (Ab-normal Beauty)
Sei mong se jun (Ab-normal Beauty) (2004)

Members of the Hong Kong pop group 2Rs star in director Oxide Pang's Ab-normal Beauty. Race Wong plays Jin, a talented art student whose photographs routinely win her school's prizes. Race's older sister Rosanne Wong plays Jas,… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: December 26, 2005
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Critic Score: 67% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

It's a highly stylized voyeuristic tormented artist shocker of a horror thriller that is more gruesomely enigmatic than entertaining.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

Until the mystery is uncovered, Pang keeps the razor tension at a satisfying peak.

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Anton Bitel
Eye for Film

Whether a moody thriller or a twisted head-trip, Ab-normal Beauty is an exquisitely disorienting portrait of an artist as a troubled soul - beautiful, bloody and rather bewildering.

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Staci Layne Wilson
Horror.com

Beautiful, stylish, memorable.

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Josh Ralske
All Movie Guide

...the film...devolves...into...standard slasher movie fare.

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Flixster Audience Score: 59% Flixster User Reviews
Lee ?
It didn't completely turn out the way I thought it would. Had this been made in Europe or Hollywood I think they would have gotten more of the subject… More
Drew Smith
A pretty solid Korean suspense film. It doesn't deliver many scares, but puts forth a very interesting premise that is occasionally compromised by adding… More
Dead Angel
Man this was boring. This is the first Korean movie that disappointed me (although I'm pretty new at Korean movies). I always thought that Asian movies are… More
Duncan Ryan-Ross
I always thought that if I was ever in the mood for a fantastic horror movie, east Asian filmmakers would never disappoint. Oxide Pang has disproved that… More
Kylie B
The begining is an interesting view of an artistic obsession spiralling out of control, but I feel the ending was somewhat lacking in punch despite how graphic… More
Christopher Brown
Very good film combining the gritty and corny sides of Asian horror into an interesting cocktail of blood!